At AAMI, we just don’t give you the news. We provide context and expert analysis about the latest trends and topics in healthcare technology. And we listen to you through our many forums and social media. Stay informed and stay engaged!
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- You can read the latest News and Press Releases or subscribe to the AAMI news feed by clicking on the orange icon above.
- Visit the AAMIBlog—see the most recent contributions in the right column. Your post or response to a post is always welcome.
- Check out the Hot Topics area where you'll find up-to-date information on topics from alarm systems to wireless technology.
- AAMI's discussion groups are a good way to talk about an issue—whether you are asking a question or giving an answer.
- The AAMI Podcast explores today's most pressing healthcare technology challenges and the multidisciplinary approaches that are being used to clarify and resolve them.
- Submit an article, paper, or commentary to BI&T, our peer-reviewed journal, by sending an email to editor Joe Sheffer at email@example.com. Letters to the editor are also welcome.
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From the AAMIBlog
October 18, 2018 – Avinash Konkani: Striking a Balance Between BMETs and Clinical Engineers
Clinical engineers (CEs) and biomedical equipment technicians (BMETs) are not the same, though they are two sides of the same coin. It is important for healthcare delivery organizations to understand the difference between these professions. […]
October 12, 2018 – Donald Armstrong: Hire Biomeds for Attitude, Train for Skill
That sounds very simple, but it is also very difficult to do. As a new manager, I had always wondered what makes one candidate stand out and another not make the grade. They may have […]
October 8, 2018 – Priyanka Upendra: Push Through Setbacks, Learn, and Move On
If you could go back to your early days as a biomedical equipment technician or clinical engineer, would you? For me, at one level, the answer is an obvious "yes." If I hadn't worked on […]